You’ve probably got first-hand experience of the kind of situation. A senior stakeholder who wants something done without any intervention on their part. In this case a senior user wants their associated email address changed, and made it clear to the support team they weren’t to be disturbed until it was done.
They’re a standard user, as an administrator I can trigger the same email change that they would make, but I can’t authorize that change myself, it sends the usual message to the new mailbox- which is useless.
On this occasion I used
rails c to make the necessary change, but for sites which don’t have SSO should this be strictly necessary with standard users?